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Call for Responses to _Early Modern Culture_ Essays
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1493  Friday, 11 August 2000.

From:           David Siar <
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Date:           Thursday, 10 Aug 2000 13:04:43 -0500
Subject:        Call for Responses to _Early Modern Culture_ Essays

As editors of the new e-journal _Early Modern Culture_
(http://eserver.org/emc), Crystal Bartolovich and I would like to
encourage members of this list to comment on/respond to the essays
and/or responses that appeared in our first issue. We will print these
comments--no matter how long or short--in our "Electronic Seminar"
section as we receive them.  We will also include your name in the first
issue's table of contents page and thus give you credit for your time
and trouble.

Although we've already run a blurb for the journal on this site, I'll
mention once again the first issue's "core" contributors and essay
titles:

Jean E. Howard: "Civic Institutions and Precarious Masculinity in
Dekker's _The Honest Whore_"
Theodore B. Leinwand: Response

Peter Stallybrass: "The Value of Culture and the Disavowal of Things"
Crystal Bartolovich: Response

Carol Banks and Graham Holderness: "'Effeminate Dayes'" Phyllis Rackin:
Response

Valerie Wayne: "The Career of _Cymbeline_'s Manacle" Garrett A.
Sullivan, Jr.: Response

The Electronic Seminar
(Jyotsna Singh

Let me also note that, while _EMC_ has a materialist editorial bias, we
encourage lively debate and will print responses from scholars of all
theoretical persuasions.

Best wishes,
David Siar
 

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